Currently I am a Research Fellow conducting a qualitative evaluation of the Safetxt trial, a randomised controlled trial of a safer sex intervention delivered through mobile phone messaging, led by Professor Caroline Free. I previously worked as a Research Associate and Trial Manager at UCL's Institute for Women's health, designing a digital intervention to help women choose a method of contraception that suits their needs and on a cohort study assessing women's feelings and preferences towards a future pregnancy. Before that I worked as a Research Assistant at Oxford University's Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the Health Experiences Research group on young people's experiences of sexual health services. I earned a BSc from Webster University in Psychology and an MSc from Glasgow University in Psychological Studies and another MSc from Bath University in Health Psychology.
Teaching Qualitative Research Methods
Safetxt: Conducting a qualitative evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of an intervention delivered by mobile phone messaging to reduce sexually transmitted infections (STI) by increasing sexual health precaution behaviours in young people. PI: Professor Caroline Free